The Chinook is a breed of dog that is considered to be somewhat uncommon. It was developed in New Hampshire in the early 1900s
the intention of serving as an all-purpose sled dog.
There was a time when it was thought that there were just 28 of these dogs still alive.
Additionally, the Chinook is the canine representative of the state of New Hampshire.
Norwegian Lundehund These puppies acquired their moniker from the fact that they were raised specifically to hunt puffins.
There's a good reason why Golden Retrievers are such a popular breed: in general, these dogs are extraordinarily well-mannered.
In Norwegian, the word "lunde" refers to a puffin, and the word "hund" refers to a dog
This breed features a number of peculiar characteristics, such as six toes on each foot and one fewer tooth on each side of its mouth than is typical for dogs of its type
Otterhound These huge scent hounds perform admirably both on dry land and in the water where they were originally bred